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A Day to acknowledge the Pharmacists as our Medicine Experts- World Pharmacy Day celebrated @ Integral.

Faculty of Pharmacy, Integral University, Lucknow celebrated the World pharmacist day, by organizing a lot of Activities, Lectures, Competitions, Scientific Sessions through the week for a complete celebration for wellness in the campus.





The plant giving ceremony commenced the event celebration with rich Indian diverse plants like Tulsi, Elaichi, Ajwain, hadjodh with miraculous medicinal properties, been gifted to the guests.
“There is a reason in when, how, and how much a pill is to be taken that pharmacist tell you and listening to him benefits a patients in their speedy recovery. As the healthcare professionals, pharmacists should ensure that every individual receives optimal treatment and the optimal education is provided to them” said Prof.Syed Misbahul Hasan at the Welcome address of the Integral University’s Celebration, respecting pharmacists as one of the most accessible health care professionals globally who uses their learning to protect health and prevent illness.

Prof S.W Akhtar, Chancellor emphasized on the role of a pharmacist being far more than dispensing drugs and filling prescriptions. “This World Pharmacists Day, let's pay our pharmacists their due regards and salute them for helping patients all across the world” he said. He further pointed out at the extensive expertise that pharmacists have and put to use every day to ensure better patient health. This expertise along with doctors and scientists together formulate a triangle around patient’s safety and wellbeing which is possible by educating the young generation, and through transforming patient needs into services at the faculty of Law, Integral University.


Gracing the celebration as the Chief Guest S.K Barik, Director, National Botanical Research Institute urged the pharmacy students not to keep a boundary in their learning. He challenged the young minds to explore the vast diversity of India to find more medicinal plants and formulate them . “It is a boost to this profession after the Govt. of India has given the opportunity to export the herbal products”, he said.
Guest of Honour, Dr. I. H. Farooqui, Dy. Director NBRI gracing the occasion with a wide study of medicinal plant behind him, applauded the University’s efforts in running all the possible courses in Pharmacy. He Said that as United states of America is now keen on the solution for the iatrogenic diseases, the role of young pharmacists and the botanical scientists becomes even more critical.



Scientific sessions were also conducted on this occasion to bring out the adverse effects of drugs on patients by Dr. Abdus Samad.